Because we are one of the nation's largest drone operators in agriculture, we often are asked, "Is it legal for drones to fly over my farm?"
“If you build it, they will come,” James Earl Jones told Kevin Costner as they both looked across the what could be within a picturesque I-state corn field. More than three decades later, Mike DiPaola, Chief Commercial Officer for Taranis, looks across their digital library of the millions of acres of corn and soybeans … acres that serve as the foundation for the company’s ability to capture leaf-level insights and resounds, “If you build it, they will come.”
With an eye in the sky, FlyGuys provides a nationwide solution to the growing demand for drone imaging data solutions and will serve as a partner for the Taranis team from #plant23 through #harvest23. As a drone service provider (DSP), the company provides top-tier drone pilots experienced in RGB, infrared, LIDAR, and Hyperspectral sensors, making the team a great partner for the AI-driven insights that allow Taranis to move every acre forward.
The know, love, serve mission Taranis fulfills extends beyond the offices and fields, beyond the retailers the company partners with and far beyond the technology the company leverages. Know, love, serve, is a mission that resonates from within the agriculture communities Taranis serves, from the little league and t-ball fields, from dinner tables, from volunteer fire squads; know, love, serve is the unspoken commitment of the rural, agricultural community.
Collecting data from millions of acres across the US translates into millions of data points and a wealth of insights. This data sheds light on the type of crop threats that growers faced during the past season, and the potential risks to look out for in the coming seasons. Here is an overview of our 2022 findings.
In the dynamic world of modern agriculture, technology is revolutionizing how farmers manage their crops—one of the most impactful innovations is crop management software. By harnessing the power of data analytics, automation, and real-time insights, crop management software empowers farmers to optimize yield potential, streamline operations, and reduce costs. Below are some ways software transforms crop management practices and revolutionizes the agricultural landscape.